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Your cable box could be off. Or the tv isn't on the right channel. It be set for game or DVD player . Your cable box maybe turned off.

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that has setted up on your ps3, hold the power button till hear two beeps, this will reset the video mode of the ps3, and leavse you at a screen to set up the video mode of the ps3.

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